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Madison, Wis. - Dr. Chuck Rice of Kansas State University believes a byproduct of biofuels production in the Midwest will be better farming methods that allow the soil to retain more carbon dioxide, thus reducing greenhouse gases.

Brendan Jordan of the Great Plains Institute f......

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Full article >>> to technical assistance and build rural capacity to produce biofuels and bioproducts. Specific programs within the federal bill target incentives to farmers and investors alike, making it easier for projects to get off the ground.

Lindquist said the farm bill also helps farmers get advice when and where they need it. "It is the Farm Bill that funds the experts who sit down with the farmer......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 07/26/06


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